Opinion: Princeton residents want a dog park


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The people have spoken and we want a dog park in Princeton.

For the past decade, there have been several attempts to establish a dog park in Princeton. Most recently, we presented at a town council meeting in November 2021 and the mayor and council members were all supportive of a dog park.

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Now, we need action.

The Princeton Dog Park Alliance recently became an official non-profit organization, and we have already raised over $1,500 to be used to help pay for the construction and maintenance of a dog park.

We ask our fellow dog lovers to join our pack so we can finally see this through.

Visit www.princetondogpark.org to become a member and donate to our cause.


Calvin Chin
Princeton Dog Park Alliance

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